this big break in California. Breaking story overnight, out of Boston's fenway park, a woman somehow plunging down an elevator shaft, firefighters rushing to the scene to rescue. Linzie Janis is here... See More
this big break in California. Breaking story overnight, out of Boston's fenway park, a woman somehow plunging down an elevator shaft, firefighters rushing to the scene to rescue. Linzie Janis is here with more. Reporter: I just off the phone with the first responders it took 30 minutes to get the girl down. She told us that her family was there and watched the whole thing unfold. Breaking overnight, a red sox ends in near tragedy. When a 22-year-old woman plunges three stories down an elevator shaft at fenway park. The person fell into the an elevator shaft. Reporter: A team source telling ESPN Boston the woman was leaning back on the fourth-floor doors when they opened unexpectedly. When we arrived, we went up to the fourth floor where there was a partially opened elevator door and we were able to look down. A young woman in her 20s, who was badly injured and unresponsive. Reporter: The Boston fire department can be heard on radio dispatch coming up with a plan to rescue here. The first plan is to remove from the hatch. Reporter: It worked. Lowering her down. She was found unconscious and quickly transported to beth-israel hospital, a first responder telling ABC news the woman was in critical but stable condition as of late last night. The woman's name hasn't been released. . The hospital isn't giving out information on her condition. The Boston police is investigating the incident. The first responder told us when they got there, they tried to get at her from the elevator shaft, they couldn't, they had to go through the VA or the and then into the hatch, on to the roof, they stabilize her to get her down through that hatch. Thank you. Now to Ron with the morning's other top stories. Good morning, everyone.
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